Job Opportunity at NZAVS

job ad email banner We are looking for someone to join our National Office in Christchurch to work on our campaigns, coordinate events and maintain a social media presence. There are existing campaigns to contribute to as well as the opportunities to put your own creativity and ideas for furthering our goals into action. This is a great opportunity for someone to work full-time on something they are already passionate about. The position is a full-time for 37.5hrs per week with some flexibility around the work days and hours to suit and according to campaign needs. The ideal applicant would be someone that: • is a supporter of NZAVS's core principles • has a tertiary qualification, ideally in science • can work independently as well as part of a team • is comfortable in front of a camera and being a public spokesperson • is willing to go the extra mile when needed with a positive attitude • will be able to travel for events • is flexible in their work hours as different needs arise • can easily get along with people from all walks of life and of all ages • is familiar with Microsoft Office and using online social media • sees a vegan workplace as a bonus not a hindrance • has previous experience in campaigning and activism for positive change

How to Apply

Please email your CV and cover letter explaining why you want to work for the New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society and why you would be best suited for the job to or by post to NZAVS / PO Box 9387 / Tower Junction / Christchurch 8149 / New Zealand. Applications close on Friday the 28th of November 2014. Applicants must be legally permitted to work in New Zealand to apply for this position. Please Note: Applications have now closed. Thank you to all the excellent people that have applied. It's great to know there are so many quality skilled and dedicated people out there!

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